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>> live, from the cbs bay area studios, this is kpix5 news. >> they fought to the final seconds, but tonight, the warriors playoff run is over. >> kpix5's brian webb is in san leandro where fans were biting their nails until the very end. >> reporter: they sure did pour out of here in a hurry. back and fourth, a nail biter. after a great year, thseason is over. at ricky's sports bar, a big boxing match sent warriors watchers into a parking lot to watch the game. but fans like kevin johnson don't seem to mind. >> game seven, trying to get the warriors, we have to go. >> reporter: kevin tells me he has been a warriors fan since before birth. he has the hat and the past heart ache to prove it.
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>> we believe. we believe. >> reporter: if you want to watch a sporting event, ricky's is the best place to do it. over 100 tvs for a few hundred eyeballs with your friends to help root on the home team. >> it has been a while since they showed up and they finally showed up. >> on the move. grabby paul. fouled on the play. and that may seal it. >> reporter: so with that play, the game was effectively over. final score 126-121. the warriors lose a heartbreaker and a lot of heart ache for fans like kevin. live in san leandro, brian webb, kpix5. >> it has been an exciting year and vern has the highlights coming up in sports. as for the donald sterling controversy, they are going to
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appoint a ceo to run the clippers. sterling could fight the decision in court. abc's barbara walters said that sterling agreed to an interview with her last night but he backed out. so only v. stiviano sat down with walters. the teenager who went to honolulu in the wheel well of a jet is back home. as betty yu reports, he and his father are not together. >> reporter: yahya abdi's step mom briefly left. -- the media attention has been overwhelming since yahya abdi ran away to hawaii. a hawaii state official did not say how the boy left, whom he traveled with or where he went. his family says he has not come back to their santa clara
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house. his brother told me he has not seen him since he ran away about two weeks ago. the news report says the 15- year-old has been sent back to california and is now in the custody of santa clara county social services. the agency did not return our calls today. the islamic relations are helping the family with the media. yahya abdi has not spoken about the daring trip, but his birth mom in ethiopia says that she believes he wanted to reunite with her because he was unhappy living with his father and stepmother here in california. his sister and brother told me though, that she was lying and yahya abdi had no desire to see his mom. yahya abdi's dad said his son had been struggling to adapt to life in america. this is a relatively new country for this family from
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somalia. we understand that yahya abdi's dad will return from hawaii soon. it is unclear when he will see his son. in santa clara, betty yu, kpix5. the search is on for a gunman who killed another driver on a bay area freeway. the driver of an suv slammed into the concrete barrier on 580 richmond. the freeway was shut down while police investigated. >> road rage. every last one of them have been a homicide. >> police are asking witnesses to help them find the shooter. the victim's name has not been released. and a man was hit and killed by an amtrak train while walking in richmond today. police say the man's cane may have gotten stuck in the railroad track. officers believe the victim was with a woman. she left before officers arrived and richmond police
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want to speak with her. in the south bay, police are looking for a man who robbed an elderly couple at 3:00 on syracuse drive in sunnyvale. he busted in their house and later managed to escape. the suspect was described as latino, 35 to 40 years old with a full beard and a green shirt. a los angeles police officer is dead tonight. the victim of a hit and run. colleagues saluted as the body of six year veteran roberto sanchez was taken away. the driver took off and was later arrested. a second officer in the patrol car is in critical condition tonight. one of the hottest congressional races in the country is taking place in the south bay. a new district is up for grabs. the encoupleincumbent had
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refused to debate, but now that has changed. >> reporter: if viewers were looking for fire, they were out of luck. >> do you support limits on campaign contributions mr. honda? >> yes. >> absolutely. >> absolutely, yes. >> what should an immigration law contain? >> we need to increase the h1b cap. regardless of what everyone says about borders. it allows silicon valley to bring in high-tech workers from other countries. >> we need to recognize that immigration creates jobs. dreamers should have citizenships but what we have forged together on a bipartisan
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bill. >> reporter: it all ended on a cordial note. >> i want to thank my opponent. you are much more charming in person than the papers. >> ditto. >> i want to thank these gentlemen as well. they are both good men. >> reporter: despite the noisy demonstrations, it was a very civil forum. in fremont, don knapp, kpix5. well tesla was planning to charge up the work force with a job fair today. but kpix5 reporter mark kelly shows us the response was so overwhelming, the company had to pull the plug. >> reporter: outside the tesla factory, they lined up hungry for a job only to get a rain check. >> well, the career fair is actually closed for today. >> reporter: devastating word to lily moses. she hoped today would be her
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big break after being without work for a year. >> i'm disappointed that they are blocking everything. there was no way for us to get there. >> reporter: tesla says before the fair started, thousands of job seekers camped outside. there are only 600 job openings in vehicle production. tesla admits it was overwhelmed. >> today, we had folks camping out overnight in advance in anticipation of the job fair. and so the highways were getting blocked and really congested. that is why we decided to close it after speaking with local law enforcement. >> reporter: chp stepped in to control the chaos. >> pedestrians were running in the street with their goal being to make it to tesla. that's the environment and that is why we were out there. >> reporter: three hours later, traffic was under control. but job hunters like donovan calloway kept showing up only to learn that today was not their day.
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>> even if one opportunity is lost, there are thousands left. >> reporter: not all hope is lost. the company says it will be holding another job fair, just look for information on its website this week. in fremont, mark kelly, kpix5. >> and to continue this automotive theme, more than 51,000suvs from gm are being recalled tonight because of a bad fuel gauge. the gauges might show inaccurate readings causing drivers to run out of gas. the models affected are the buick enclave, gmc acadia. they will reprogram it for free. on monday, cal fire will increase staff to get ready for fire season. it is hiring and training seasonal firefighters ahead of schedule to support the full time force. the moves are in response to the recent hot weather and the dry conditions. they already responded to twice as many fires than average this time of the year. well northern california
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got a big win in kentucky today. california chrome beat the pack and ends up in the winner's circle. his hometown is celebrating. >> and we are looking ahead to cool changes in the bay area as we look at the tallest skyscraper? san francisco. a complete turn around midweek. forecast is coming. >> and she is bucking the trend. a bay area seventh grader is making an impression with her delicious start-up. ,,,,,, so what we're looking for
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derby since the 1960s . let's go to the horse's hometown outside of sacramento. >> reporter: from small town ... >> california chrome shines bright in the kentucky derby! >> reporter: to national spotlight. california chrome, the horse from yuba city crosses the finish line first at the kentucky derby. >> reporter: they have lived here in town 20 years. >> this is just an awesome opportunity for them and i'm very proud of them. >> reporter: california chrome owner perry martin spoke after the win. >> i had real belief in the horse. >> it is really exciting for the martin family. local, and this being their first exploration into horse racing to get a great win like that. it is amazing. >> reporter: people who live in this usually quiet town were buzzing over the win. >> having people show up for horse racing was definitely different, but they were a loud crowd. that was the loudest i heard
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it. >> reporter: california chrome was picked as a favorite. but many viewed him as an underdog because of where he was bred. no horse from california has won the derby for 50 years. >> we have a great history of rodeo and agriculture in the area so it was about time. >> reporter: this win was a big one. >> he won like, by five lengths! awesome. >> reporter: a proud moment that people here hope will last a while. >> hopefully, it means the first win to win the triple crown in 60 years will be owned in yuba city. >> what an unbelievable story this is. >> reporter: in yuba city. some of the biggest and most unusual hats are also out there at the derby. a lot of wide brims and that can be more than just a fashion statement. they are great for blocking out the hot sun. well the white house held the white house correspondent
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dinner, there was no shortage of laugh. hollywood hot shots for present. president obama took a few jabs at a couple of the candidates. >> everywhere i look there are remind earths i only hold this job temporarily. but, it is a long time between now and 2016 and anything can happen. you may have heard the other day, hillary had to dodge a flying shoe at a press conference. [ laughter ] >> before the comedy routine, journalists were honored for their work. it is the 100th anniversary of the white house journalists association. linda yee introduces us to an oakland seventh grader on her way to opening a new business. >> reporter: this is no ordinary school bake sale. it is seventh grader princess
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palmeri's business. and she pitched her business plan at west lake middle school when she was just 11. >> it was kind of scary. i'm kind of shy. so i don't like talking in front of a lot of people. >> reporter: but the mentors at operation hope were impressed with her drive. the oakland nonprofit awarded her $300 for her start-up. >> she is young and from an inner city community. and so she is very resilient in the fact she wants to make it out. >> reporter: princess is one of 12 students here who won a spot in the business project. >> what are the chances of a black child in oakland achieving success in their business? >> 0 to 5%. >> reporter: operation hope wants to improve the odds. princess is branching out interning with professionals to learn how to make other dishes. no, mom is proud.
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there are full days of classes, aftercool basketball games, home work, then time to dream up new cookie recipes. >> i love it because it is one thing i'm really good at. it is one thing i know i will be successful with. >> reporter: the manager at gussie's chicken in waffles in san francisco, she is willing to sell princess' desserts at the restaurant. >> her flavor profiles for so matcher for a 12-year-old. we were just amazed. >> reporter: the cookies and cup cakes sold out, but this isn't all. princess knows what she will be doing in 10 years. >> i will be working at stanford to become a pediatrician. >> reporter: does anyone dare doubt her? in oakland, linda yee, kpix5. >> you know she will be a big success. operation hope getting grants from major banks to inspire
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inner city skids to be future business leaders. >> that's a great story. i love o to see kids interested in a science career as well. we have clouds around the bay area. high clouds, low clouds. temperatures mostly in the 50s as we look toward the airport and the numbers, concord, 57 degrees. oakland has 58. santa rosa on the chill side. we will dip into the upper and lower 40s for the most part. and when the sun dawns, not much of it will hit the ground. lateener the day, the sun will come out, tomorrow. to quote the old musical. around the bay, it will be in the almost upper 60-degree range and here is what is happening. low pressure that is off the pacific northwest is finally going to begin to go south. as it does t high pressure has the breath knocked out of it and the high pressure falls, the temperatures follow suit so the numbers tomorrow, not as warm as today. and we were down to 15 degrees so this low will keep us cool
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through monday. the high reasserts itself by tuesday, wednesday, thursday, and then the numbers get bounced back up to the near 90- degree range by friday. so first we cool it down, then we warm it up. you can get a chance of a few sprinkles in the north bay monday night and tuesday morning so it will be a week of variety. but nothing really dramatic as we look at the future cast. tomorrow at 11:00 in the morning, 11:00 in the morning, you can see extensive cloud cover in parts of the peninsula and parts of marin and sonoma county. the clouds pop by midday. so some sun and toward the end, high clouds come in. it will not be a brilliantly sunny day. clouds in the morning, clouds in the evening, and a little bit of a break midday. the cooling trend continues, then we get a slight chance of showers coming in. warmup will begin tuesday with sunshine and numbers zooming into the 80 disease grow range by thursday. next weekend. if you are heading out of the
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bay area. doesn't look bad. 78, sacramento. showers in eureka. and fartherly cloudy skies at tahoe. back in the bay area, low to mid 70s will do it. 72 degrees in coopertino. in the east bay, some clouds to start out the morning and then sunshine in the afternoon. 72 at livermore and 72 for fairfield. marin and sonoma look nice. after the low clouds persist through about noon. novato 68 degrees. 72 at cloverdale. extended forecast, cooling trend continues through tuesday. and then, we are going to be looking for numbers to warm up wednesday and thursday and friday. look what happens. we are in the upper 80s by saturday with plenty of sun after wednesday. and maybe a sprinkle or two late monday night and early tuesday morning. that will be about it. >> all right brian.
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well $2,500 a week? for the next 25 years. a san diego county man won three and a quarter million dollars on a scratcher this week. the retired truck driver paid $5 at a 7/11. he plans to buy a house and pay off his car. is the bay area on the short end of two game sevens this week? hockey and the nba? warriors in the game seven finale, we will break down what happened. at the la clippers. ,,,,,,
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warriors. what great theatre
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tonight... ...a game-7, allr >> nba up top for the warriors. what great theater tonight. a game seven all or nothing show down. lose? show's over. it's as simple as that. warrior nation made the trip down i-5 at the clipper. what a show by draymond green. tip five threes. career high 24. did it in both ends. shots falling all kinds of ways. steph curry here, a ridiculous shot and it goes. warriors up 8 at the half. but chris paul and the clippers took over in the third. took a three-point lead to the fourth quarter. down two, fourth quarter, andre iguodala. bank shot. back and fourth all night. down one. drive, block by deandre jordan one in. the lob city on the ere end with blake griffin. this i thought was the play of the game. warriors down by three.
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later it is griffin hit out of control and somehow it falls. clippers hit their free-throws and the warriors just came up short. clippers beat them 126-121 to take game seven to face oklahoma city in the next round on monday and now, the story is mark jackson's future as warriors coach, that is the follow up story. >> this is potentially your last game. what would you take away from your experience being with this particular team? >> i won't answer it that way. this is my last game of 2014. it is disappointing. there is a difference with being disappointed and it being a disappointment. we missed our starting center and the back up center. we battled against a team we got a lot of respect for. extremely well coached. and i think we will see each other, you know, down the road
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again. i'm extremely proud of my guys. i'm grateful and thankful to this organization. to this group of guys, to this management team. i think it has been an outstanding year for us. and it didn't end the way we wanted it to end. but at the end of the day, there will be one team that is totally satisfied with the season they had. >> giants, as , and floyd. we'll be right back. ,,,,,,,,
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man: we know when parents and teachers work together... woman: our schools get stronger. man: as superintendent of public education, that's been tom torlakson's approach. woman: torlakson has supported legislation to guarantee spending decisions about our education tax dollars are made by parents, teachers and the local community... and not by sacramento politicians. and we need to keep that legislation on track. man: so tell tom torlakson to keep fighting for local control of school funding decisions.
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bats tallied 4 hits, but boy >> look at the fake pancheon tim lincecum. turning back the clock with the vintage uniforms. boy, they made it count. three home runs. belt, posey, and morse. sergio romo closing out thanks to some gold glove like play. they win their second straight in atlanta. 3-1 the final. johnny gomes, petaluma product put the hurt on. 4-0 red sox. and david ortiz piled on a bit later. malone wrapped up for six runs over four innings. and they lose their second straight to the defending world series champs 6-3. justin bieber on the right? do we have to see him again?
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in vegas mayweather in trouble in the corner tested by marcos medana. a grueling bout one of his biggest tests to date in his career. but mayweather did come out on top and a 12 round unanimous decision. he is 46-0. three round decisions. 140th kentucky derby. down the stretch. it was california chrome. to win by one and three quarters lengths. the side story is that he is the first california bred to win it since 1962. the greatness is in a couple of weeks and we will see if california chrome can follow it up. >> that would be exciting. >> we had haven't had a triple crown winner since 1978. before you were born. >> right. right. so when will we know about mark jackson, do you think? >> if i know that group, they
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will do their due diligence. it's a very corporate type thing. they will review, assess, just like any other employee review. we'll be right back. >> okay. ,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
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here tomorrow >> no time left. that's it for us at 11:00. >> we appreciate you watching. >> that's it. have a great night. ,, ,,,,,,,,,,
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hey, after the kid goes back to his mother's, you want to go out and grab some dinner? i can't go out to dinner, charlie. why not? you got a date? he said, knowing the answer, but asking anyway, just to be polite. no, i don't have a date, he replied, all the while thinking, "bite me, you booze-addled buffoon." so why can't you go? are you kidding? i'm paying alimony to two women. i don't have money for luxuries like eating out. or eating in, really.


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